Posts Tagged: #historyofpsychiatry

Scaredy Cats, Warriors and Worriers?

By Claudia Wassmann Differences in people’s emotionality have an important impact both on how they react to events in their daily lives and how they feel about themselves. In the past ten years, research has illuminated that small variations in our genetic make-up can significantly

Scaredy Cats, Warriors and Worriers?

By Claudia Wassmann Differences in people’s emotionality have an important impact both on how they react to events in their daily lives and how they feel about themselves. In the past ten years, research has illuminated that small variations in our genetic make-up can significantly

A Manic Mind

By Lisa Hermsen I procrastinated with the opening for this blog post. I have been researching and writing about the historical contexts of the word “mania” for years now. During procrastination, writers do odd things – bake quiche, clean ceiling

A Manic Mind

By Lisa Hermsen I procrastinated with the opening for this blog post. I have been researching and writing about the historical contexts of the word “mania” for years now. During procrastination, writers do odd things – bake quiche, clean ceiling